TRINJANN , in rural punjab,was the space where would traditionally gather to spin on charkhas,weave,talk,counsel,learn from each other,cook and eat together.
Trinjann, intends to revitalize Phulkari-a rural tradition of needlework done by Punjabi women at home. The knowledge of this art passed on from one generation to the other and was not for sale in the past. Phulkari, considered auspicious and generously used in wedding trousseau has lost its original form to modern high tech machine embroidery.
Trinjann, as the name suggests,works towards blend of tradition, grace and art together and demonstrates effectively that hand made products can be even more glamorous than those produced by the machines. Our designs are traditional with a touch of simplicity, sophistication yet distinctly contemporary. We offer intricate handmade Phulkari designs with new aesthetics, both indigenous and modern to create work that every woman covets. Our range embraces gracefully both traditional textile crafts and the lineage of Punjab’s design culture..